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Review by Jon Woodcrest
Rated: 18+ | (4.0)
That was good and short, another title name would be the dopple ganger inside, cause this short is exactly the definition of a dopple ganger. Cool good job, I should read more of yor stuff.
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Review of I'm a Bad Germ  
Review by Jon Woodcrest
Rated: 13+ | (3.5)
2nd of your reads for me, I like your thought pattern of thought and the way you write them down. Also liked the science of it all aswell. I feel I'll read more you in the very near future. Would've been cooler if it rhymed in some form, it was good as it sits. Love the way you ended it also, very clever.

See ya..
JW
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Review of Two Little Leaves  
Review by Jon Woodcrest
Rated: E | (4.0)
It must be that time of the year, I wrote a poem bout leaves also. I liked your poem a lot, could've been a little longer but since it's for kids it's perfect. I was wondering why you didn't have both the leaves stay together on the table at the end. The rhyming was right on, I like the word you used to rhyme with bag, very good. You must be killer at scrabble, anyways I liked it , thought is was creative and I think the kids will love it, I know I did.....Keep up the good work
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Review of The Woman I Loved  
Review by Jon Woodcrest
Rated: E | (4.0)
I liked it very truthful, when reviewing or writing new stuff try to stay away from the word "the". I read your poem 2 to 3 times. The last time I read it I removed al of the "thes" and "I's" and "mes's". Now what I would like you to try the samething.
You'll see the same well written piece with the same message you wish to project.
But it'll be a completely differnt read and the reader will feel they can relate to it more.

Example.

I can't forget the woman,
Who give birth to me
Her sweet caress by touching me
While i'm still in her womb



With no ability to forget the woman who has givin me birth
Remebering her sweet caress of her touch with the gentlness only a mother can have


I hope this helps, and I hope you don't take what I've written to heart in a bad way.
I feel you write from the heart and experiance, you are on the right track
Kepp up, I'm going to sound like a parrot but read other stuff and find your style. I think you'll do well..

See ya Jon............
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Review of Poetry  
Review by Jon Woodcrest
Rated: ASR | (4.0)
wow, you are or were hooked on someone. There seems to be a lot of desperation in here, try writing one that would reflect their life without you. I learned that in a writing class, it work and changed my writing around. remember as you were them without you. It sounds odd but I did it with a annoying sound that was driving me crazy. So instead of writing about the effects it had on me, I became the sound and the sound told me what it was going to do to me. If I have enough space I'll put it up today. It's call The Repetitions of Me. Check it out.
I think your on the right track, I did enjoy the poems. Keep up the good work!
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Review of Safe  
Review by Jon Woodcrest
Rated: E | (3.5)
Pretty cool, I liked it, short sweet and to the point. I liked how you made the person the key point at the end......Good job
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Review of Poetry 'n' Junk  
Review by Jon Woodcrest
Rated: E | (3.5)
I have to admit I had to look up most of those words, well done, I got a chuckle out of it. I hope that's what you were aiming for.
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Review of Enthrall  
Review by Jon Woodcrest
Rated: E | (3.5)
For me the poem really started at the second set of sentences, as close to the end I believe I understood what you were saying, the title and description are right on. I also think the questions might be out of place, they where for me. Okay as I'm writing this I'm rereading, the to set does belong here maybe as the second set, the reason I feel this is the second set really sets up the poem, because now the reader knows that one is giving them self's to whatever and we all know that you give yourself to whatever you will. This may sound like ramblings, but sadly that's how my brain works. I liked it and will look at more of your writing.
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